It's time to let this baby go. 2013 P85 that has been very well taken care of. 2013 Tesla Model S Performance 85kWh Miles: 76,697 Options: Vehicle: $89,900 Gray Paint $750 All Glass Panoramic Roof $2,500 Foglamps $500 21” Grey Wheels $4,500 Piano Black Accents Tech Pkg $3,500 Smart Air Suspension $2,250 Rear Facing Seats $2,500 Free Supercharging Carbon Fiber Spoiler $1,500 Vehicle Price: $109,070 *Service records are kept and available *All recall services up to date Purchased new and 1 owner P85 Model S. Non-smoker and optioned with the rear facing seats that are difficult to find on the P85s. Items added to the car: Fully wrapped with paint protection film (full car) from day 1 of ownership – paid $8k to get this done. Modesta Titanium Coating BC04 over the paint protection film $1800 Modesta Titanium Coating BC04 to wheels - $1700 Windows have the most expensive window tint on the market – Spectra Photosync - $1600 - on all the windows including the pano roof, to block out the most heat so you use your AC less during summer. BlackVue Dash Cams - $350 Escort 9500Ci Radar Detector + Laser Jammers (Front) - $2500 (I am considering removing this for my other car) No accident, no stories, fully serviced with all records. Car was detailed every month and washed every 2 weeks (I'm OC about a clean car). This Tesla was babied from the first day as I’m very picky about the condition of my cars. I am careful wherever I park, so there are no scratches or dents on this car. Tires were replaced 6 months ago and an alignment was done last year. At 57,000 miles, Tesla replaced the rear motor under warranty due to a whining noise. So this car has a fairly new motor with 20,000 miles to it. Title in hand and looking for serious buyer only. It will be difficult to find a P85 that was better kept than this. No scratches, no dents. When car is not driven, it is almost always in a garage. I rarely supercharged the car unless for long road trips, which I only do 2 times per year. Otherwise, the car is always charged at home at only up to 90%, so the battery is very well-maintained. View this car in direct sunlight so you can see the excellent condition. Original MSRP of this car was $109,070. Asking $47,500.